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Walks and Climbs in the Pyrenees

Walks and Climbs in the Pyrenees celebrates 30 years!

Since the first edition appeared in 1978, Walks and Climbs in the Pyrenees has become accepted as the authoritative guide to the range.
This is a fully updated fifth edition – now in full colour, with redrawn map and new photos. It includes three new districts – Lac d'Oô and the Circque d'Espingo; Vallées de la Pique and du Lis; and Haute Vallée du Garbet – and several new routes.

The guide is an introduction to one of Europe's finest mountain ranges. It offers suggestions for 170 walks, multi day tours and moderate ascents of some of the principal summits of the Central or High Pyrenees.

The author Kev Reynolds is considered by many to be one of Britain's best guidebook writers, and his knowledge of the Pyrenees is encyclopedic – as is his knowledge of other mountain areas, especially the Alps and Himalaya.

If you've never been to the Pyrenees, and want to give it a try, take a look at the guide, or spend some time planning your trip with the help of The Pyrenees mountain range guide (also by Kev Reynolds). For more information about the Pyrenees visit our Pyrenees resources section.

Also published in February 2008 is a new third edition of Paul Lucia's acclaimed guide Through the Spanish Pyrenees: GR11. This guide incorporates important route changes and information.

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